Renewal House was established as a 501(c)(3) on May 16, 1996. Renewal House’s services are sensitive to the distinctive needs of each client, focus on strengths as a foundation for growth and change, and address the interlocking mental and physical health, social and economic challenges that affect the sustainability of recovery and family stability. The agency is dedicated to not duplicating existing community services and to collaborating with multiple community partners to meet client needs. The agency’s goals/outcomes for the year include: 42 out of 70 (60%) low-income women with substance-use disorders will remain clean and sober for at least 30 consecutive days. 11 out of 25 (44%) mothers in recovery who leave the program’s transitional housing component will move into permanent housing. 18 out of 25 (72%) mothers in recovery who leave the program’s transitional housing component will maintain or regain child custody rights.